Kwara State Police in Oro has arrested a middle aged man, (names withheld) for allegedly possessing handcuff and parading himself as police officer .
The suspect was arrested on Saturday following complaints by a woman who alleged the man of duping her under false pretence.
She disclosed that the suspect had always presented himself as a police officer.
BlazeNewz gathered that the suspect runs a beer Palour along one of the popular roads in Oro.
Police Public Relations Officer of Kwara State , ASP Ajayi Okasanmi said that the Police Divisional Officer in Oro said something like that happened but it is still under investigation with a promise to get back later after completion.
It was also gathered that a handcuff was recovered from the suspect .
Meanwhile, the chairman Oro zone of Oro Community, Mr. Joseph Ademola Ibitoye commended the police for their efforts to rid the town of dubious people.
He pledged the cooperation of the community with law enforcement agencies.
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